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Today’s Quail Paradise

The Southeast had its glory with Gentleman Bobwhite. Now it’s time for Wild West Bob,...

Searching for an Oregon Ghost

Prowling our 33rd state proves the secretive blacktail is a hard-earned trophy.

Here-and-There Elk

To hunt North America’s regal antlered game, you must realize you will walk—a lot.

Scouting Secrets for Early-Season Bucks

You see a buck across a field in the soft, late light of a summer...

NRA Lays Groundwork to Thwart Animal Rights Movement

The NRA Hunters' Leadership Forum rallies the troops and reaffirms its commitment as the financial...

Houston Chronicle Errs in Tying Hunters to the Illegal Wildlife Trade

As the world’s No. 1 conservationists, hunters view every day as World Wildlife Day, yet...

Dispelling the Myth about No Hunting on National Parks

Many hunters believe that hunting is banned on all national parks, but the truth is,...

Trophy Hunting is Good for Conservation, Says IUCN Report

The April 2016 report from the International Union for Conservation of Nature is a must...

Missouri’s Plan to Control Feral Hogs Doesn’t Include Hunters

The state's proposed changes could ban hog hunting on 2.5 million acres of public land.

Your Post-Opening Day Playbook

Opening day has come and gone. What now? Frank Miniter offers a few pointers.

The Rut Hunter’s Trifecta

Maybe you have a sure-thing rut stand, a place of your own where pleasant memories...

Weigh the Odds in October

This is the deer hunter’s calculation. You ask yourself if there are low-impact entry and...

Deer Defense Shield: Same Senses, Different Reactions

Researchers can dissect and explain the whitetail’s great eyes, ears and nose, but no amount...

Prowling Felines: Trouble on Many Fronts

Feral cats cause widespread problems in rural, urban and suburban areas. They not only kill...

Forget the Lake: It’s Family Day at the Range

Put down that handheld portal to the digital world. Forget about soccer weekend. Take a...

Ground-Breaking Lion Research in Tanzania Begins in August

International lion research project aims to improve accuracy and precision of lion population estimates.

First Light: Hunter ‘Churn’

More is learned about what keeps hunters in the field every year thanks in part...

Gundogs: Fat is Where It’s At

We’ve all been there. Opening day. The sun is shining, birds are calling and our...

Imposing Presence

If you can remain calm when an Alaska brown bear charges within feet of you,...
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